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    October 27, 2012
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on your side. >> thank you for joining us this saturday, october 27. we are on storm watch. let's get to the big story of the weekend. 66 million people are in the path of sandy. the storm will likely keep us on edge all weekend. >> states of emergency are in effect for the district, maryland, and virginia. supplies are going fast. people are getting ready for the wind and flooding. >> sandy has claimed the lives of 43 in the caribbean. some are already calling it a billion dollars storm. dave zahren is tracking the
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latest. >> a time of high anxiety in the washington area. tropical force winds out almost 400 miles. i will show you the wind and rain along the atlantic seaboard. you will be able to see the shower activity moving into the carolinas. as the moisture makes its way north, we will see tropical storm conditions on the coast of north carolina within the next couple of hours. for us, the main concern is late monday and tuesday. we are between two systems. the shower to the west is the cold front. down to the south, you can see the leading edge of hurricane send the -- hurricane sandy.it is back up to a category one. sandy is about 700 miles south of the washington area. the projected landfall is late monday and tuesday. it will spread plenty of rain
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and high wind across the area. that is what we're most concerned about. we're also concerned about flooding. you can see starting late tomorrow night into tuesday, we have a flood watch for up to 5 inches of rain. today is a very nice day with temperatures around 70 this afternoon. use today to stock up on the supplies you need. get the leaves away from the storm drains and prepare yourself. tomorrow will be cooler. the wind will pick up. the worst time we think will be monday and tuesday. >> it sounds like a mess ahead of us. people in our area are gearing up for the big storm. several stores have sold out of generators and bottled water supplies are running low. >> we're live outside of the costco in pentagon city. i was down there last night. it was a madhouse. what is it like today?
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>> there have been a steady stream of people coming in and out of the costco this morning. overnight, they got three big deliveries in anticipation of the storm. shoppers say they are not taking any risks. they are getting ready. the rush is on to stock up before sandy shows up. across the area, residents prepared for what forecasters predict could be wild weather. >> ribs and steak. as long as i have power, there is plenty of tv. >> i tried to come early this morning. >> some people wanted batteries. somewhere after just the essentials. here the generators were already sold out.as the president prepared, so are the utility cos.
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pepco says they will be ready. >> depending on the damage, we will open additional staging areas to allow us to reach into prince george's county and the district. >> pepco has added 2500 linemen, tree trimmers, and damage assessors. the call centers will have extra people. in maryland, they will bring in extra workers. should be prepared to be without power for a least a few days paid. it is best to stock up now. sandy is putting everyone on the east coast on alert and creating worry in ocean city. the concern is for beach erosion and flooding. plenty of work is being done ahead of the arrival of the storm. they have been in communication with state officials to get
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extra resources. >> with less than 48 hours until sandy is expected, state leaders are urging residents to not waste time getting prepared. the governor says the storm could create headaches for people all week. there could be several days without power. this will be a hardship for people there will be some people in those conditions. people are shopping and getting ready. it is critical that people get what they needgovernment donald and governor o'malley have already declared states of emergency. >> cruise sounds nice to get away from the looming mess. holland america had to end a 13- day cruise early in florida as a precaution. the final destination was to be fort lauderdale. the company is helping passengers get where they need
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to be. the navy is getting ready for standing by heading out to sea. 26 ships have been ordered to sail from virginia and out of the path of the storm. the ships started bleeding yesterday afternoon. the sailors have been putting out sandbags and checking equipment at navy facilities. now to a developing story of maryland. police are investigating a deadly double shooting near the high school. a man and woman were shot walking on the trail last night. it looks to be random. richard has more. >> this shows the chaotic scene behind westlake high school. police say shortly before 7:00 on friday night, a man and woman were walking their dog on the past when a gunman approached. without a word spoken, he opened fire. the man was seriously wounded. the woman was pronounced dead at the hospital. neighbors heard multiple gunshots. >> it is unnerving. we pay so much money in rent.
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it is supposed to be a safe area. >> you hear something like that happening. it is an indication of the times. we need more security. >> we do not know the motive. we had a good team of investigators. we have forensics collecting evidence. we are canvassing the neighborhood to find anybody to shed light on the shooting. >> a memorial service for the officer killed last week is taking place right now. family and friends held a viewing this morning in temple hills. bowden was killed in an off-duty reps -- wreck. authorities say he was speeding and not wearing a seatbelt. >> police say this man is a person of interest in an attack yesterday afternoon on washington place.
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police say the man for way into the apartment and attempted to rape a woman. the victim was stabbed multiple times before the suspect fled. if you have any information, you are asked to give the police call. police are on the lookout for the suspects who tried to rob an armored truck. in tacoma park yesterday on university boulevard. shot were fired between a guard and one of the suspect. they do not know how many suspects were involved. it could be as many as three people. >> coming up, the last minute push with the election day drawing near. there is a problem for both candidate. >> we have been tracking hurricanes ended. we will have the latest on the location next.
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>> it is beginning to look like christmas. the park service has a new christmas tree for the lighting ceremony. a lottery is being held for tickets to the ceremony. you can enter online at nationaltree.org. >> i was thinking that tree is in danger with the wind. [laughter] >> nothing is safe. >> all of the beautiful trees with the fall leaves, the wind
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is not great news. lots of anxiety. let's see if we can lessen its for you. let's show you what it is like. today is a good day. a lot of folks in shorts. temperatures heading to 70 degrees. calm in annapolis. they are concerned about storm surge. that is a good possibility. we have a full moon that will coincide with the arrival of hurricane sandy. loss of rain. it could be a problem for annapolis and folks at the beach. this is not the place you want to be. look at the waves. they are really crashing onto the shore. we talked about ocean city. beach erosion is the concern there. the beaches are in harm's way. they have flood warnings.
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we have a flood watch starting late tomorrow into tuesday. look at how nice, 67 downtown. the wind is light and calm. that will change over the next couple days. this is an infrared image of the hurricane. i will put this into motion. it is making its way north of grand bahama. it will parallel the coast. it could be a poster of vocal when it makes when point. -- it could be post-tropical when it makes landfall. wherever it hits, it will cause a fair amount of storm surge. because it is so vast, a 400- mile range, we will have everyone experiencing those conditions. you can see where the watches and warnings are along the carolina coast starting this evening. the good news is along the coast
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of florida, a lot of those have been lifted. it will be a slow mover. we're concerned about heavy rain and local flooding. up to 5 inches at the beaches. a to 10 inches a possibility. trees coming down because of the high wind. the highest we've ever had is 98 miles an hour we're expecting nothing like that. that was from hurricane hazel back in 1954. strong wind over a couple of days could bring -- real catholic -- wreak havoc with trees and power lines. monday and tuesday will be delay-- the worst days. on wednesday, lean during showers. thursday we will get out of this
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system and see improvement. today by all the non-perishables you can. get batteries and candles. we have been through this routine before. rake leaves and get them out of the debtors. keep checking with us. we will keep you up-to-date on the latest. here is another view of sandy. that is a category one storm. even if it becomes a tropical storm, he should never precede it with "just." not a bad day today. the wind will pick up overnight. this is tomorrow morning. look at the rain starts to move in in the afternoon. at the beaches is where we're most concerned. all of the rain will spread across the area monday and
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tuesday. tomorrow, cooler temperatures. the wind will pick up. we will have to deal with monday and tuesday. it will get colder. by the end of the week, we will breathe a sigh of relief. let's hope the power outages and damage are minimal. >> thank you. the storm could hardly come at a more inconvenient time for the presidential campaign. >> just 10 days to go. president obama and mitt romney are having to cancel events in some battleground states in the path of the storm. >> turn the channel and you see the president on mtv and "inside edition," the comedy shows, the first lady on "kimmel."
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not just tv. a campaign event with katy perry. >> she is a wonderful young lady. >> an interview with rolling stone and us weekly. the president is going hit and young. he is ahead with nearly 2/3 of those voters, but he needs them to turn out. >> this requires change. >> ♪ >> the governor leaves among white men -- leads among white men and most national polls. the president has a slight lead in many of the battle ground states. that has left both campaigns feeling confident they have the voters and ground game to bring home a victory. >> somebody will be wrong on november 7. very different assumptions the campaigns have about those who will turn out to vote. >> how close is it customer if
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they are searching for undecided voters anyway they can. -- how close is it? they are searching for undecided voters in any way they can. it is not clear if sandy could bring the president off of the campaign trail. it proves how important early voting is for both campaigns. >> voters in maryland will not have to wait until election day to make their voices heard. early voting is taking place now through thursday. these are pictures at chevy chase community center. there are other besides the president. people will be voting on same- sex marriage and family. >> harry reid is recovering after the car accident on the las vegas freeway. he was traveling in a motorcade when the crash happened. his security detail took him to the hospital as a precaution. he suffered contusions.
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doctors say he is ok to leave the hospital. >> still to come on abc 7 news at noon, no homework. one area principal thinks that might help students to learn better. >> new warnings about the moon bounces. details after thi teacher: this is west virginia pennsylvania, delaware. and this is maryland. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million gaming at casinos in these other states. question seven will build a new casino and bring table games s to baltimore... generating hundreds of millions for schools. and that money has to go to education. it's the law. so vote for question seven. so we can stop spending all that money here,
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and keep maryland money in classrooms like mine.
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>> some students in montgomery
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have no homework. the principal decided to trade in the worksheets for more time with books. it is one way of evening learning that has not been tried in any local school system. last year students at gaithersburg elementary found out they had no more homework. she was not completely off the hook. instead, reading became the norm. the principal says her staff town home where did not connect well with the curriculum and even took an emotional toll on the students. >> students were disappointed with the work they did or did not have it. >> with district support, she made a bold move of substituting a nightly readings for homework in all grade levels. >> in not you -- the time he is been reading amounts to success. >> students say they get through
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up to seven books a week. they do have a sign reading but they can read whatever they like outside the classroom. she says when home work went away and replaced by reading and monthly projects, her family enjoyed more quality time. >> we exercise. >> the girls are in middle school adjusting to having homework back on the table. >> it is hard and takes hours. >> she says she will prepare students for that by teaching time management and intensifying learning. >> when they go home, their brains should hurt because they have done so much work. >> some parents want more. >> give them something to reinforce what they learn in school. >> the maryland school assessment showed mixed results at gaithersburg elementary after
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the policy when into effect last year. -- went into effect last year. third grade reading went down to 64%. she says the focuses more on the process rather than the product. >> we find the culture of the students is more positive. >> if this continues to work for the school, the district will stand by her decision. other schools say there is no discussion of introducing the model. >> more than a century after aspirin first hit on the market, it may do more than just prevent headaches and help with heart attacks. researchers found colorectal cancer patients live longer if they started taking aspirin when they were diagnosed. the studies were limited to just patients with a certain gene
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mutation. kids love ballads houses. take a look at how things can go wrong. this is a largely unregulated business with thousands of injuries every year. >> the inflatable bounce house starts floating away with the wind taking several children up in the air. the unexpected and frightening ride comes crashing down on several people. >> i was hit in the back. it bounced off of me and hit my wife and threw her to the ground. it was dramatic. >> i could not get up. i fell hard. >> the people hurt here are just a few of the thousands injured every year in a related accidents. the consumer products safety commission tells abc there were an estimated 4700 emergency
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room injuries related to the rides in 2011. a spokesperson told us it is important for consumers to a nchor it and supervise children while in use. this is another one that floated across a field with children inside. many states have no regulations on the inflatable play areas. almost anyone can rent them. abc news town for less than $1,000, you can buy your own commercial size bounce house. amusement park officials tell us there should always be a train operator by its side. >> coming up at noon, and residents are stocking up ahead of the storm. more on the rush to get ready
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for sandy. >> we are continuing to follow hurricane sandy. dave will have the latest. >> there are
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>> you are watching abc 7 news at noon, on your side. >> and you for joining us.
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>> we're glad to have you here on this saturday, october 27. we are following the path of hurricane sandy closely. dave has where and when the storm could hit. >> a lot of people think tropical storms occur in august and september. the hurricane season extends to november 30. this is still an anomaly. last year on october 29, we have snow. this year, we will in be in the midst of the tropical effects for a couple of days. along the seaboard, we can see the outer bands bringing rain off the coast of georgia and the carolinas. we have tropical storm warnings out there this evening. florida will be clear of watches and warnings shortly.
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it is slowly moving north. on the carolina coast the precipitation will be moving into southern maryland. we will see rain early tomorrow and late tomorrow afternoon. a cold front will join up with it to give it extra energy. temperatures will be cooler tomorrow. it is almost balmy today with temperatures around 70. you can see the path to the left coming ashore between late monday and early tuesday. we think it will be between the peninsula and northern new jersey. it could come ashore as post- tropical. right now, it is a category one storm south of the district. we have a storm watch in effect for much of the viewing area tomorrow night until tuesday morning. we could have three to 5 inches
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of rain. today, take the time on this beautiful day to stock up on what you need. a high today will be 70. tomorrow will be cooler with temperatures in the 50's. some showers by afternoon. the wind will pick up. the worst time will be monday and certainly tuesday. >> people in our area are gearing up for the big storm. several stores have sold out of generators. bottled wate reair live outside of costco in pentagon city. i understand they've gotten more supplies in since last night. >> outside this costco, people are coming and going. they got three shipments overnight. people are stocking up for the storm. the race is on to stock up before sandy shows up. >> i am in a panic. >> residents prepare for what
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forecasters could be historic wild weather. >> wine ribs steak chicken wings. as long as i have power, there is plenty of tv. >> we decided to come early with the store first opened. >> batteries and, mark has essentials. here the generators were sold out. as residents rushed to prepare, so are the utility companies. the storm could knockout power to thousands. pepco says they will be ready. >> we will open additional staging areas to allow us to reach into prince george's county and district. >> in addition to regular staff they have added 2500 line, 400 tree trimmers, and 400 damage assessors.
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the call center will have extra people. bge will bring in extra workers from other states. the power companies say he should be prepared to be without electricity for a few days. you should be stocked iing up like the shockers -- shoppers behind me. >> the placed sandbags in areas prone to flooding. real supervisors were issued chainsaws to quickly remove limbs blocking trucks. there are some extra delays on the yellow line. for the red line, they will be working in several sections. the orange line trains and green
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line trains will have some single tracks. >> the marine corps marathon is still set for tomorrow. they are making last minute preparations. metro will open early to get runners and spectators where they need to go. several streets will be closed. big plans are in place that will transform an area into a 21st century playground. we have more on this ambitious project. >> when he looks at these river where the old 11th street bridge stood, he sees opportunity. clear proposing to build a new deck. >> it would be filled with families. >> it can be a place where
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residents from both areas can come together and enjoy a concert, take their kids to the playground or to a harvest festival. >> he spent months asking residents what they wanted. these artists give us a taste of what the park could look like, a destination for activity. >> it is exciting. >> she lives and works in ward 8. she works for a nonprofit that pushes for community revitalization. >> it can give other people an opportunity to see we have places to shop. we have galleries. >> valencia is raising two kids and loves the idea of a bridge part. >> a place where the kids to go have fun. my son needs something to do
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after school instead of going straight home. >> about $35 million in private money is needed to make it happen. $25 million for construction, another $10 million for programs. he has concerns. >> previously, anacostia was like a suburb of washington. i like that element of it not being part of the mainstream city. >> still to come on abc 7 news at noon, you have seen the online prices that change in seconds. the prices of other goods are fluctuating. we will have more on the dynamic pricing. >> the potential impact the court case could have on ebay users and garages sales i got it
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>> hurricane sandy will impact travel plans. airlines are allowing passengers to reschedule for free if they are flying to affected areas. rescheduling can cost up to $150. anyone flying through airports in the path of the storm should check their flight status. to cancel, call the airlines directly. >> it is no secret the online price of the ticket can change in a second. it is called dynamic pricing. it is a common practice for all kinds of goods for prices to change on line all day. it may have been in stores.
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>> in the age of the internet fixed prices are a thing of the past. that is a reality. >> those online price changes may not be staying on line for long. this ceo says 20% of the products his company tracks changes daily. >> they are competing for more sales. >> it varies by seller. >> his company makes software that changes prices for retailers to be the best on the web. >> our customers are looking to reprice products on an hourly basis. that is about 24 times faster than one year ago. >> traditional stores have experimented with dynamic pricing during the holidays. they can allow the price of an item to change on demand. some say is the future, even in
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the grocery store. >> i think we will see rapidly changing prices. >> that is the evil of having electronic pricing. with a few keystrokes of the computer, the price could change. >> he is a former assistant massachusetts attorney general specializing in consumer protection. but let's say a storm was coming. with a few keystrokes, they could raise the price of water and batteries. that would be unfair. i hope that does not happen. >> some shoppers are not sure they onare on board. >> i look before i go. >> you do not know whether it will cost until you get there. >> advocates do not think consumers would stand for a situation where you have to rush to the checkout stand. they do expect to see broader using electronic pricing signs
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to adjust pricing. >> some cars are being investigated for sticking throttles. the safety administration is looking at the models investigating the potential problem that can keep the engine running as if the gas pedal were pressed. they are not recalling vehicles now. that could change depending on the extent of the problem and safety implications. >> there is a pending supreme court case that could have a major impact for anyone that sells on ebay or at yard sales. it started with a student selling textbooks in the u.s. that were purchased overseas. >> the publishers sued for copyright violations. we explain what could happen at the end of the case. >> the case could cause problems for anyone who ever thought about selling an old iphone, donating to charity or having a
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yard sale. the issue to be argued in front of the supreme court is whether the original copyright owner on u.s. products purchased in other countries can control your ability to resell the product once you buy it. he resells products at this ebay consignment store. >> i would say 95%. >> he is afraid the case could put him out of business. >> i think it is ridiculous. i have known about it because it could affect my business. i have pushed it back. how could this happen? the repercussions would be ridiculous. >> even libraries are worried they could be required to seek the copyright owner's permission before lending books overseas. he represents a coalition of interests including libraries. >> it is simple. you bought it. you own it.
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you can do is you please. >> otherwise copyright owners could demand a fee anytime you try to resell almost anything not made in america. >> what i am wearing? dvd's? iphones? computers? >> yes. >> cars? >> everything copyrighted. >> they say the rhetoric has gotten overheated. >> you know you are on the right side of the case when the best the other side can come up with is that the sky will fall. museums and libraries, none of that will happen. >> he says this is mostly about books, movies, and intellectual properties and making sure those to reduce them have exclusive rights to distribute in the united states. >> it is about protecting the integrity of the copyright system.
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it was created for people to create works. >> the law professor says it is the kind of case the supreme court might prefer politicians to resolve because the law is murky. >> it would be best if congress weighed in. the court is faced with a difficult job. the text of the statute is hard to reconcile. >> coming up at noon the redskins are getting ready to play the steelers on sunday. >> the big story this weekend. we're continuing to follow the path of hurricane sandy. dave looks at when the storm could impact anncr: their ads, hopelessly untrue. a west virginia casino launching the biggest ad barrage ever. don't be misled. the washingtonon post says question seven is just... common sense. it'll create,000 permanent jobs. and stop maryland from losing millions to other states... every year. that's why business, labor,
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>> we continue to stay on storm watch. last night, the headline was it had weakened. this morning, she has regained strength and is growing toward us. >> it could take different paths. people have been calling and asking what if it turns to the right instead of the left. >> [laughter] >> hope springs eternal. the bad news is there is not much wiggle room. it is narrow and moving toward the mid-atlantic coast. we can hope it could get into cooler water and lose some
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strength before it comes ashore. on this nice saturday, you would not know what is in store for us. if you go down to the beach this is a live shot. you can see it is shaking because the wind is gusting about 25 miles an hour look at the waves crashing. that is the beginning of what we expect to see major erosion. heavy wind and rain on monday. the beaches will take a direct hit. they will get stronger than we will get in the washington area. at chesapeake, there were boats out there earlier in joined the balmy day. storm surges are possible along the atlantic with high wind and high tides because of the full moon coinciding with this event. look at temperatures around the region. the wind is called in the city
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at 67. a very nice day to take care of what you need to be for the weather turns late tomorrow and monday and tuesday. this is an infrared image. you can see the heat pick up. this is sandy moving out of the bahamas. it stayed there for a few days. lots of flooding and damage down there. it is paralleling the atlantic seaboard. under normal circumstances it would go out to sea. with high pressure south of greenland, it will block that kind of movement. here are the plot's we have been looking at. which one will be the actual one? we have talked about the wiggle room. we think it will come on shore as a post-tropical storm.
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the wind will be significant enough to bring down trees especially those that still have leaves. you can see where we have tropical storm watches and warnings along the carolina coast. for us nothing yet. that will change. heavy rain and local flooding a possibility. high seas at the shore. trees down because of high wind. of course, power outages that we dread. the likelihood of all those things is way up there. we have a flood watch in effect from late tomorrow into tuesday morning. we are running a rainfall deficit. this is not the way we want to get out of that deficit. too much rain, too fast, i am afraid. >> it is time for abc 7 sports. >> if you were worried about the big storm affecting the city treasurer.
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do not worry. the redskins will be safely in pittsburgh on sunday. the linebacker has never missed a game. he was hurt last sunday and is questionable this sunday. he did practice yesterday. how is the leg? >> we have 48 hours before the game. the body has a great way of healing. hopefully i will continue to improve. i have been dealing with it for a couple of weeks. i decided to tell them about it and figure out what was going on. >> that is a look at sports. have a great day. >> the baltimore ravens are learning a costly lesson. the team will define $20,000 for not listing ed reed on the
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injury report last week, a violation of league policy. a few days after the game, he and knowledge he had a shoulder injury that could be affecting his play. >> we will take a final look at sandy and where the storm is headed. we will be right back.
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>> sandy is on the way. we're getting ready. >> halloween, i am afraid it is
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going to be a trick. we're talking about trying to get out of town on monday or tuesday. that will be tough. let's show you where the storm is. the leading bands of rain are over the carolina coast. the cold front to the west those will conspire together. we will see the storm moved up along the coast. it will move to the left to the northeast coming ashore late monday and tuesday. that is when we will have the really high wind and pounding rain that will stay with us for about 24 hours. that is what we're most concerned about. we have a flood watch from late tomorrow into tuesday. for now and tomorrow, not bad. make hay while you can.
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